Sri Lankan T20 Premier League - History - First Season

First Season

The 2012 SLPL was played in Colombo and Kandy. The inaugural season of the tournament started on 11 August 2012 and lasted for 21 days with 24 matches scheduled, out of which 23 took place and 1 was washed out due to rain. The final was played in R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo. Every team played each other in a round-robin system. The top four ranking sides progressed to the knockout stage of semi-finals followed by a final. Uva Next defeated Nagenahira Nagas in a thriller and emerged as the inaugural SLPL champions

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